HERE are the facts. Since Huddersfield beat Wrexham 5-1 in October they have lost just two games and those were to the teams currently first and second in the league.
Since being defeated at Brighton they have won five and drawn two of their last seven games and boss Lou Macari can now call upon first choice striker Andy Booth.
And anyone who groaned when they saw Dennis Lawrence brushed off the ball at Northampton by a quick five-foot-nothing striker called Derek Asmoah, better prepare themselves for Leon Knight.
The on-loan Chelsea player has scored 17 goals this season already, including two against Wrexham earlier in the season. He's slippery and lightening quick and if new chairman, accountant David Taylor, can get the funds he will try to capture Knight.
The Terriers defence has a certain Welsh flair to it with former Manchester City goalkeeper Martyn Margetson in great form. He is out of contract at the end of the season.
At right back is his compatriot Steve Jenkins who is still making it into the Welsh squads despite plying his trade in the Second Division. On the other side should be former Leeds youngster Gareth Evans - who despite the name is not Welsh.
In the centre is no-nonsense defender Kevin Gray who is best remembered for nearly putting striker Gordon Watson out of the game with a wild tackle. Next to him is Nathan Clarke who has attracted scouts from every Premiership club and looks a class act.
American John Thorrington is on the right wing but injuries have put paid to him winning a place in the USA World Cup squad.
Danny Schofield is on the left, the youth product has also attracted his fair share of scouts to the McAlpine.
Of the three goals Chris Holland has scored for Huddersfield, two have come against Wrexham so the Red Dragons will have to watch the former Newcastle central midfielder.
He will be joined by the irrepressible Kenny Irons, who turned up for last week's game against Northampton with two black eyes after an `incident.'
Up front is Knight and currently local lad Delroy Facey who has recovered from a stress fracture of the back. His return has corresponded with the upturn in results and he should remain ahead of Booth in the pecking order.
If he does Booth will be on the bench together with striker Chris Hay, utility man Thomas Heary and reserve keeper Paul Evans.
XX It doesn't get any easier for the Red Dragons after the Terrier test as they travel to Blackpool on Easter Monday (kick off 3pm).
Steve McMahon's side have just lifted the LDV Vans Trophy after demolishing Cambridge 4-1 on Sunday with former Chester-striker John Murphy in the forefront of the action.
The Seasiders played some excellent football during a 1-1 draw at the Racecourse, but don't always repeat the fast-flowing passing at home.